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SUCCESS!!! Re: [bluetooth-dev] Pinging w/ Nov 2000 Version


I finally got the server to work and to connect!

Lessons learned:

   1 - Never trust a laptop.  The USB port on my
       was working fine under Windows and also under
       Linux a couple of days ago.  This morning I
       tested it again and it was outputting only 0.3
V        instead of 5 V.
   2 - USE A NULL-MODEM CABLE with Ericsson hardware! 
        It was not clear that the cable sent with the 
       Comtec-Sigma was null-modem, b/c it was not
       labelled as such.

It is not surprising that a null-modem cable is
required since the serial port on the Ericsson module
is non-standard:  Tx and Rx follow one convention
(either modem or PC) while CTS and RTS follow the
other.  An Ericsson engineer told me this last year. I
do not know whether in more recent versions of the
module this has been changed, but it is very important
to realise for anyone doing custom designs.

Thanks for all the help and feedback,
Philips Research

--- Greg KH <greg@xxxxxxx.com> wrote:
> On Fri, Jan 12, 2001 at 07:53:44AM -0800, Paolo Dini
> wrote:
> > 
> > Finally, when I do lsmod on the client I see the
> > USB-UHCI module whereas I do not see it on the
> server.
> Sounds like you haven't loaded the USB modules on
> your server.  Or are
> they compiled into that kernel?  What does the
> kernel log say when you
> plug in the USB device on the server?  There should
> be something in
> there about seeing a new device, and the bluetooth.o
> driver claiming it.
> Hope this helps,
> greg k-h
> -- 
> greg@xxxxxxx.com

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